In today’s digital age, online privacy is a hot button issue. Healthcare providers and medical institutions must take extra precautions when it comes to protecting patient privacy.
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You may have heard about the increased need to update your website to be accessible to all people, including those with disabilities. It may feel like an overwhelming task,
Whether your website has been neglected or if it’s a top priority that you put time, budget, and effort towards, you may have overlooked one major factor –
The No Surprises Act (NSA) went into effect on January 1, 2022. This law is designed to protect patients from surprise medical bills, also known as balance bills,
Writing accessible content for your healthcare website not only helps your patients who may have a disability but all your users, whether human or bot. Writing blog articles,
On April 19, 2021, Google announced an algorithm update that will prioritize sites that pass certain user experience (UX) metrics. This update will begin rolling out and affecting search rankings in mid-June,
As a practice, you are always looking for ways to reduce costs and better serve your patients. Did you know that by making your website more accessible you could be eligible for up to a $5,000 tax credit?
Sit back for a second and think about how much has changed in the last 20 years when it comes to technology. Our phones are used for most things,
The world in which we live in today isn’t what it used to be. In an effort to social distance and keep both patients and employees safe,
There’s a chance that you’ve had a review left for you or your practice that really made your blood boil. There’s also a chance that you really wanted to respond to that person with all of the thoughts that first came to your mind.